Librivox recording of the Sign of the Four, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Read by Robin Cotter
When a young lady approaches Sherlock Holmes looking for help in finding out what happened to her father when he disappeared 10 years earlier, both Holmes and Watson are sent on a mission involving stolen treasure, service in colonial India and a secret pact among four ex-convicts. (Summary by Robin Cotter)
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October 4, 2011 Subject:
Well I think Sherlock Holmes is just above me or something. I listened to the Hound of the Baskerville's (not through Librivox) and I felt in that story that Watson did all the work. This story I just got lost in too much. I wanted to listen to a few of these stories because I understand the TV show House is based loosely on Sherlock Holmes. I do see the similarities, especially in this story. The narrator was very good and she did a terrific job. I would like to hear more from her.
February 5, 2010 Subject:
A favorite book, nicely read.
I have been a Holmes fan for years, so a chance to listen to them again was a joy. The reader has a very clear, listenable voice.
June 26, 2007 Subject:
The reading was well done, was easy to understand, and made a great companion for a week's worth of commuting.